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Nov 4, 2012 7:30pm EST
structural and durable way every state involved in this euro zone in this monetary union in europe will have to accept this principle. the e.u.'s main players are set to square up to britain calling on it to decide if it really wants to stay part of the club this after this week's losing for prime minister david cameron his own m.p.'s turned on here and sided with the opposition in a vote urging a cut to the yearly payments to fund the e.u. deputy prime minister warned the political rebellion could see britain isolated within the block but cameron's conservatives are using it to push for the people to choose whether to. speak. with an inflation increase only budget would equate to an extra three hundred million pounds a year and that would increase over the multi annual budget up to two thousand and twenty in a time when u.k. families are having to make very difficult often painful decisions with the household budgets local councils doing the same and even our own national government here in the u.k. i think it is absolutely right to expect the european union to try and trim some of its very
WHUT
Nov 14, 2012 7:00am EST
headlines. a day of mass crop -- protests across europe, demonstrators say that enough is enough. a long, dark shadow across northern australia. a solar eclipse, witnessed by tens of thousands of people. >> it is midday in london, 7:00 a.m. in washington, 8:00 in the evening in beijing, where the communist party has almost completed the process of handing power over to the next generation of leaders. 2000 party delegates have been meeting for the last week, most of the time behind closed doors. the party congress has now concluded in the coming out of their new leadership lineup. >> as they stepped aside today, the outgoing chinese communist leaders congratulated themselves. under their watch, china has risen so fast that this century is often called china's century. an authoritarian model of the future. many in china, however, were not so confident. the new leadership, rubber stamp, will be unveiled to the world tomorrow with a question, can it continue to keep china's 1.3 billion people excluded from power? there is no sign that the party is willing to engage with those who want r
RT
Nov 25, 2012 3:30pm EST
stories about his motherland. laws in europe to now has a one thousand strong rangy had when the any moment saw the light can and most around you it is gather that tends to know the potion they travel hundreds of kilometers in winter we men and children fall then. the two families have less of a chance to come across each other they belong to different worlds even though there's sometimes a similar. world coming to the. village the old fashioned but as the best and brightest take more it's gather in moscow some came to work while others case the place and get up close and personal with devices that recreate masterpieces and scan russian treasures for insight in from space to keep us safe from oil spills and forest fires unleash your inner gadget geek as i see major search for the next big thing in the computer world. russia's old giants numerous good he's going to take the fight straight to their creditors. here on r.g.p. we've got the future covered. sigrid laboratory kirby was able to build the world's most sophisticated robot which on fortunately doesn't give a darn about anything
RT
Nov 16, 2012 1:30pm EST
get much worse i used to be. know the doom and gloom of europe and the lack of outlook now i think that we are in a crisis point and when you move to a crisis mode you have to remember we become far more able to to create a mandate for change because not because of we want to have a mandate for change because we need a mandate for change and the fact the core europe as i just looted to is now in the same boat means that there is a more off of will and i see we've seen that this week through the increase in social tension of course through the demonstration but also from the mere fact that northern europe now seems able to and willing to accept some sort of a have caught on on greece if you were the one person to make all the necessary decisions in europe what would you do i would wish that all the politicians and the central banks would go away for two three years and i think the micro economy will take care of it but in a more serious sense i think what we need to focus on to is to make sure that we don't overdo any macro policy because macro policy will fail ultimately what we ne
RT
Nov 13, 2012 3:30pm EST
this thing they need to serve to highlight the deepening rift in europe. for a test this message loud and clear way to test those standing off against the riot police and the fight that's become very familiar protest gatherings in europe that perhaps you know say familia the poaching girl here until recently have been much more tolerant of the state to start the matches that have been imposed on them but as you can see here portugal's patience is really running out with record levels of unemployment now at this. i'm concerned and the country about to enter its third year of recession is the coming apparent that the country puzzles had hate could be a southern european success story well struggling to survive talk about cuts to jobs we talk about a certain measures what does it mean to be living through that right now in portugal it means i don't see any future for my child we are getting angry because the government don't care. about people put tickles miscellany of course these stories of hardship are wrecking ball across the usa in brussels finance ministers are desperately trying t
RT
Nov 14, 2012 2:00pm EST
developments there in gaza throughout the day here on r.t. . it's a day of unity that europe won't soon forget though for reasons that are anything but celebration a series of mega protests are underway across the block with millions signing up to join in on the resoundingly chorus saying no to a sturdy sheriff earth has been following the demonstrations. very tense and very angry day safe in the general strike hit in spain we've already thing clashes breaking out between the riot police and protesters and as he said just a tense atmosphere of course is not just saying this protesting today that joy by portugal joined by greece that joined by its late this is a euro white mega protest it's the first time we've seen this type of protests really crossing borders in all rallying around that single message no to austerity now it's quite hard to say exactly how it's going to ted outs night these things certainly can change pretty quickly as we said we've already seen days run ins happening a lot of anger had a lot of tension and a most contrast to what we saw in just the year a guy we w
PBS
Nov 7, 2012 6:30pm PST
washington on a number of issues, from the war in syria to missile defense in europe. >> here, that ties are viewed as the norm, but that is not normal. it does damage. it prevents russia from fulfilling important tasks, especially the long-overdue process of modernization. >> right now, putin is keeping tight control on things at home, and he uses his opposition to america to rally the masses behind him. >> for more on what the president's reelection means for u.s. foreign policy, we are joined in the studio by markets of the swp german institute for international and security affairs here in berlin. are we likely to see a second attempt at a reset of relations with moscow? >> a couple of months ago, the u.s. president indicated through russian counterparts that after the election, he would have more flexibility -- the u.s. president indicated to his russian counterparts. i think there is more room for political initiatives. i think the cooperation will remain limited, given the domestic situation in russia. >> let me ask you -- the obama administration during its first four years shift
RT
Nov 19, 2012 1:30pm EST
united states of europe which is what the architects of danceable do i live fearful that people don't believe nice they don't want to the great majority of the people of your don't want this political union. and they're not likely to want it therefore the currency union can't work and therefore you shouldn't buckle now at the beginning we saw euro skeptics there very much lost their opinions last at why they were those points that you were putting across at the time ignored i think the time. there were a lot of people didn't understand what monetary union really meant what it would lead to what you raised no what was necessary if it was to be even hopefully successful i don't think even with a political union there would be you know mic benefit but at least you could sustain it with a full political union. but i think going to happen i believe bill if you would not understand what the snouts were there were some people who are well it probably won't happen because this was a sin some years before it was due to happen and people probably would happen and also there has been a. for many
RT
Nov 4, 2012 3:30am EST
europe's largest mosque in their backyard right next to the side of the summer's olympics at artie's bali boyko found out along with the sheer size of the project the locals are uncomfortable with these lama group which is developing the site. four times bigger than some paul's cathedral a mega mosque that will fit ten thousand people and it could be coming to london's east end if it gets the go ahead it's built the river in center will be the same size as london's looming but as a power station it would also be the biggest place of worship in the u.k. of any religion but critics have slammed the proposal saying that it would create a muslim yes or in the course of half or so working to bring the largest mosque the u.k. has ever seen in to reality revered architects planning consultants and glitzy p.r. teams all paid for by the organization behind the idea to match a group that's causing significant concern this is a return beat him out of all the islamic groups has created ghettos over in toronto you know and kind of right there around the world is a huge group and wherever they go
RT
Nov 14, 2012 9:00am EST
all star team as you say it's estimated more than twenty five million people unemployed across europe this is the first time we're seeing this protest movement forcing food is in akutan ated demonstration is moving these countries get together to take part of europe in isolation hold the debate and it's really going to be another wakeup call the european union leaders that we talk a lot about austerity of course a the last couple of days we've been talking to people in europe we've been on twitter using the hash tag austerity means almost thing people how this is affected their lives in the stories just keep on coming in and really do meet across europe now is that enough is enough this european leaders continue to push these countries a little already on the brink even further which very closely today what happens you going to see these large scale movements will it be a game changer will the european leaders actually listen to this follow us throughout the day we're going to be keeping you updated of course watching very very closely as the details of fodor's this european mega stri
RT
Nov 4, 2012 11:30am EST
i mean so i can only use city in europe on the host of the twenty forty in the winter the picket. thank you. so much. thank you. dog. days it. it's so true. this is the weekend live here in moscow the u.k. reportedly planning to send planes to the persian gulf the jets will be stationed in the united arab emirates just a couple of hundred kilometers from iran defense ministry insists there's no connection to concerns over iran's nuclear ambitions but antiwar activists joan reese finds that haunts us one. this is not the first report we've had all western increased deployments in the area there have been a whole spate of them in recent weeks and months which all point in the same direction all be increased u.s. british and other western nations deploying a great deal more than the normal commitment to the gulf area not big enough in normal times i think we all understand what the imperial structure of the middle east is and that is that the western powers britain a better america with the support britain and other western european powers believe that it has an absolute right to co
CSPAN
Nov 5, 2012 7:00am EST
europe, the ottoman empire in what is today turkey, the mogul empire, present-day india, the ching dynasty, temporary china, and the tokugawa shogunate in japan. each of these fears had its own way of governing on its own cultural and political approach to commerce, and order. if you fast-forward about 100, 120 years to the 19th century, the world changed dramatically. power had shifted from the west and the south to the north. and by 1815, the end of the napoleonic wars, europe had pulled ahead of the rest of the world. and the industrial revolution and the development of the steam engine and the development of steel and battleships, and the telegraph and underground, the underwater submarine cable enabled europe, not just to be the most powerful place in the world, but to extend its reach globally. and by the end of the 19th century, europe had either colonized or had already de- colonized 90% of the world landmass. and we have been living in the world since 1815 dominated by the west. economically, politically and ideologically. first it was europe, then europe handed over the b
CSPAN
Nov 15, 2012 6:00am EST
we put them towards that will be huge. with issues in russia where radio free europe radio free europe basic or shut down its operations because they can't get the licensing because the government refuses to allow licenses to reading stations. we're going to see that. that to me, how we continue to use technology to push public diplomacy forward towards regimes that are going to use technology or intimidation to prevent that i think is going to really determine how the next four years ago. [inaudible] >> i would. it's a law that stops the state department from communicating with americans. it does present a lot of problems in an internet age. can i just add one thing? what p.j. said reminded me that i may have forgotten the most important legacy of all, and one of the things i meant to say here, which is i think that public diplomacy needs a big success. i think for public diplomacy to grow and become more important, we need to be able, the mecca people need to be able to point to something and say hey, that works. so for example, most americans believe that radio free europe he
PBS
Nov 28, 2012 1:00am PST
a look at what the deal means for europe and american investors. >> tom: and it's "giving tuesday," a new effort to add charity to your gift list this holiday season. >> susie: that and more tonight on nbr! >> tom: a lengthy courtship finally resulted in the marriage today between conagra foods and ralcorp. conagra is paying $5 billion to buy private label food giant ralcorp. that works out to $90 a share, a nearly 30% premium to ralcorp's closing stock price on monday. the deal will make conagra the largest manufacturer of private label foods. suzanne pratt takes a look at what's become a booming business. >> reporter: it used to be consumers would buy private label products to clean their bathrooms or wash their clothes. lately, however, they're eating them, too. from sodas to peanut butter, private label brands are shaking off the yuck! stigma and attracting value-conscious customers. and it's the popularity of private label food that's behind the tasty conagra-ralcorp deal. >> private label, otherwise known as store brands, is gaining traction with retailers and shoppers. in f
RT
Nov 8, 2012 1:30pm EST
reporting about it every day worries for europe and even more worries i know it's hard to believe isn't it is just getting worse and worse and right now the european commission they have updated their economic forecasts and it's not looking for a seat belt by citing rising unemployment as one of the problem so another tough year ahead another tough year ahead that also criticizing the slow progress of dealing with the debts and that's one of the things that quite critical of song to be our allies in all of this and that business about ascetic ok thanks a lot. wealthy british style. time. market why not. why not what's really happening to the global economy with max conjure the no holds barred look at the global financial headlines tune into kaiser report on our. lead speak your language. programs and documentaries in arabic it's all here on our team reporting from the world talks about six of the ip interviews intriguing stories for you here. in troy arabic to find out more visit arabic t.v. dot com. the admission liquidation three. four judges three. make amends three. three. three liv
RT
Nov 25, 2012 3:30am EST
bloodcurdling noise drones on. r t west wales. well a separatist movements on the rise across europe britain is no exception in just a few minutes want to speak with margaret thatcher's former economics minister about that trend stay with us. looters that takes your breath away a few tourists travel to these paul it's no prepackaged comfort but the joy of the wild these guaranteed is gagne's a zoology professor he works in the u.s. and travels to these remote areas in russia every summer as he says he come find untouched landscapes like these anywhere else in the world. we're going off the list below sea line. if i go wrong the wrong and surprising and you'll go straight to the water and so we did our plan to get closer to the sea lion and shake its flipper failed before. one animal whose par you definitely wouldn't want to shake here is the brown bear you can literally spot agrees the here by every small weaver. for the bears are so full that they have a very good sense of flow to be able to think that we have to keep an eye a wind direction at. them and also told that could be dangerous so
RT
Nov 14, 2012 3:30pm EST
now well of course europe is also very much in the news and of course markets there been rattled with the wave of protests throughout europe yes they have been and it has been one of the most coordinated waves of protests all across europe but at the same time people in different countries are focusing on different aspects of different economic aspects and have more details on that in my program just a second which you talked about. and indeed and welcome to business anti austerity protest rolled across europe indeed on wednesday with spain and portugal leading the way now well social unrest in these austerity stricken countries is nothing new this time this is synchronized force with workers going on strikes in several countries similar taney asleep now let's get more details from our reporter that are. now what is actually happening what do people want what do they claim in the streets of europe today well wednesday's protests have a pretty sound. will aim to stop what many people in these countries consider suicide policies let's take a look at some of the most popular demand
RT
Nov 13, 2012 1:30pm EST
way testers standing off against the royal family become very familiar protest gatherings in europe but perhaps not so familiar the poetry girl here until recently have been much more tolerant of the strict austerity measures that have been imposed on them but as you can see here portugal's patience is really running out with record levels of unemployment now fifteen percent and the country about to enter its third year of recession is becoming apparent that the country persons have hate could be a southern european success story now struggling to survive talk about cuts to jobs we talk about the search measures what does it mean to be living through that right now in portugal it means i don't see any future for my child we are getting angry because the government don't care. about people put two goals not alone of course the stories of hardship are all across the usa impressible finance ministers are desperately trying to come up with a way to pull greece back from the brink of bankruptcy with athens having just approved yet another round of cuts this is the cause of the speech to
RT
Nov 14, 2012 8:00am EST
is a day of unity like europe hasn't seen in years though for all the wrong reasons a series of protests are underway across the block with millions expected to show up in a resoundingly course saying no to austerity these are the latest pictures you see right here from madrid already hundreds of flights have been canceled nations paralyzed by walkouts and general strikes but let's hear now from marty's sara furthur she's at the epicenter of it all that would be in madrid. in the center and you can see behind me the police cars already lining the streets to go to the police helicopter say that heads were already getting figures in there's been a number of arrests already made today here in the trade of course is not just spain the striking today is political we call greece we've got it's really all getting involved in this movement and a number of other countries as well belgian cyprus molton the united kingdom are all say going to be having various demonstrations throughout the day rallying around this one mess. they didn't that is tool stereotype and now we've been covering th
RT
Nov 7, 2012 3:00am EST
in the e.u. since the real action of president obama. well it's quite early on in europe at the moment. was was seen as really to kind of the world wanted to win even if american citizens and there have been some congratulations david cameron has tweeted his congratulations as. the head of the european commission and as far as how it will affect relations going full which are really two main areas in which who's in charge in america really affects the u.k. and countries in europe and foreign policy of course and crucially the economy now foreign policy as we've already heard from guy and they seem to be a source of. the battle really between a bomb of the us is romney and. over foreign policy it was really a question of diplomacy or a sort of rest of reticence to step into these international conflicts. this will the military intervention that we seem to see represented by by mitt romney. is more keen on diplomacy and david cameron and the rest of europe will see that as a good thing of course they are huge military allies typically wherever the u.s. has stepped in militarily an
RT
Nov 25, 2012 7:30pm EST
bloodcurdling noise drones on. r t west wales. separatists gain support across europe or britain is no exception surely we talked to margaret thatcher's former economics minister about the trend. trimmings in this tree even for specialists a voice can produce several sounds it warms but we didn't use the art of throat singing comes naturally picked up like a language. a language of communicating with nature it said that's where throat singing originates from the unions believe not only animals but also all surrounding objects like reverse forests and different stones of souls imitating the sounds they believe assumes to capture the power of nature. was. there are special instruments that accompany the singing give gainey says there is even a legend about his instrument a guilt it says it wants to lift a poor shefford who had the best horse that won every competition but jealous people killed it on the course was revived as an instrument. of stop the fall is because of the spirit of the horse coming to his dream and said make an instrument from the tree the sounding board from the leath
RT
Nov 7, 2012 5:30am EST
continue this conversation shift gears to europe find out what we've been missing while we're focused on the u.s. elections and also what we can learn looking at the u.s. we'll have more with founder of credit write downs in a minute still had to could france be in need of some shock therapy we'll tell you about some dramatic proposals to fix their struggling economy and of course the resistance to them in tonight's loose change that's in a minute. one student a decade the ruling party gathers to select the next generation. thursday november. the news today violence is once again flared up. these are the images the world has been seeing from the streets of canada. trying to corporations rule the day. i mean so to know your city in europe i'm the host of the twenty fourteen winter the picket. signs she. think you. saw she. thanked the. way a. dog days of. the pride days a. week so common. and such she it's so true i. play. welcome back we are so focused on talking about the u.s. elections they are today after all but what about europe what is going on in europe that we've been missing and
PBS
Nov 13, 2012 4:00pm PST
coalition forces in afghanistan and was to be the nato command ner europe. now that is on hold following the discovery of flirtatious e-mails between general and jill kelley. he denies having an affair. at the white house, the classic question. when was the president told? >> it is simply a fact that the white house was not aware of the situation regarding general petraeus until wednesday, and the situation regarding general allen until friday. >> there are lingering questions that members of congress will raise tomorrow. why did it take the f.b.i. so long to inform officials here about the petraeus affair? after all, this was national security compromised. it is as radio gripping as it is messy. an american soap opera. there may yet be more twists in the plot. steve kingston, "bbc news," washington. >> for more, i am joined by a senior correspondent for national journal. thank you for coming in. is this what this is really all about. it sounds like a soap opera. there is sex involved, and that is why we are interested in it, or is there more to it? does it matter? >> it sounds
PBS
Nov 15, 2012 6:30pm PST
president has cut short a visit to europe, and palestinian officials say they are seeking to diffuse tensions. >> we have a very tense situation in gaza, and we have a situation deteriorated every hour. >> the egyptian president warned of a spill over. >> israel has to realize that we cannot accept this aggression. it has a negative effect on stability in the region. >> israel has code-named its operation "pillar of defense," but many fear the result will be an escalation of the israeli/palestinian conflict. >> dw's tanya kramer has been in gaza the last several days, and she is back in jerusalem. it is looking more and more like war. >> what we can say right now is that the situation is surely not be escalating. we have been getting reports in the past couple of minutes of dozens of air strikes. what we see now as a lot of action. a lot of drumbeating on both sides. the fact that the israeli prime minister has given the green light, we have been hearing israeli officials in the past say that the ground operation could be possible. the rocket from gaza in nearby tullibee, clearly ano
RT
Nov 22, 2012 4:30am EST
europe is going down it's becoming lower and lower every every year so amulets even suggest the south stream once built may not be fully loaded is got from ready for such a scenario no pipelines will be loaded because. two type of gas stream it's all gas. up to musicians of expert flaws and they were the sorts of things at risk and that's when you guess how big bill because a portion of when you guys depend on for a good month but. always will see a new local production of michelle guest in europe is going down dramatically in such that it's like great britain and. hall and so. you. will not only. transit there is about also to keep resource for additional demand so so so so you are not getting ready for such a scenario because because because the company so so so so so you because you are ready to load the pipeline fully whatever happens is that true it will be a load it will be left in the option. says alexander deputy chairman of the board gas problem and director general of gas problems expert diggnation spotlight will be back shortly after we take a break so stay with us we'll co
RT
Nov 30, 2012 1:30pm EST
over the world that it's especially bad in europe all of the details in just a couple of minutes after a short break ok. in japan the average height for men is one hundred eighty two centimeters ten centimeters shorter because of that some employers refused to hire me one of them even told me directly that i was too short to deal with the clients computers already spent three months in this hospital and plans to stay for another four to add the coveted seven santa majors to his stature invented by the famed soviet orthopedic is good for you is there of in the nineteen fifties these frames were initially used to treat fractures in deformities by cutting bones and slowly pulling them apart and therefore stimulating tissue regeneration it was out of was able to receive arms and legs and people who thought they were crippled for life be sent to the other patients. and their shattered lives will go when professor of design says first frame using bicycle parts sixty years later season venture is increasingly being used to help people quite eager to fracture their legs to become a few c
RT
Nov 8, 2012 3:30pm EST
bad news concerning europe more bad news to come here to tell us more about this time it's from the european commission come out with a new economic. forecast on the site saying a rise in unemployment which we know is a massive fear factor for the region so more pressure to tackle this crisis is ongoing cross yeah definitely and they highlighted that actually the slow progress of tackling the problem so are lots of pressure is on at the moment i'll be talking about in the business but of course. the sun rises over what seems like and lowest forest but here in new directions cry for hundred kilometers north of light of all storm as in much of the world it's disappearing at a catastrophic rate. for. bloggers both illegal and those finding ways to outsmart the system for filing down the forests of the more skewed region for them profit goes well beyond the future of our planet and the result could be an ecological crisis the world wildlife fund for nature makes regular trips to help local rangers do what little they can to stop the logging but it's not easy lager set up trucks making t
RT
Nov 4, 2012 12:30am EDT
ultimately lead. europe essentially has a double problem they have how do we get southern european and northern european economies to move in the same direction and for that i think the answer is don't pursue our spirity pursue growth and then there's a second problem of once countries are all moving in the same direction can you fix the european financial system and create united structures so that this problem doesn't appear again as it may appear in the next economic difficulty if the current division among national financial systems isn't isn't fixed. now a central voting commission any a crane has a span of counting until monday did a report of the sorters in several polls the opposition is claiming the election has been blatantly rigged by the ruling party it was actually has also been overshadowed by scuffles between supporters of the opposition and police which broke out in the region in which both pro and anti-government candidates claim victory at the election commission and police lashed out at the man who lunged at the ballot boxes holes for day the ruling party a presidenc
RT
Nov 20, 2012 4:30am EST
like brazil china and russia not to mention financially unstable europe as for russia it still depends on volatile oil prices they're relatively high at the moment but year after year the country misses massive sums of money that businesses take out on the domestic economy this is a serious headache for russian economic regulators. so this is political spoiler mr bellicose and welcome to the show first off like everybody else you've probably followed us elections actually the whole world follows us elections every four years has always been a mystery to me it's almost as if this is the world cup finals isn't just because of the show these two do people around the world really feel that the outcome of elections will have a big impact on them economically your comparison with the world cup final is actually very good because only two countries are playing but the whole world is watching it is probably because of the show. is a show but it's a very interesting show because you're under any illusion that the outcome will have a big impact on you but actually russia and russia's eco
RT
Nov 24, 2012 3:30am EST
energy exports are going to europe europe is in a substantial recession possibly going to go on for many years asia will be the next vacuum for russian energy exports and dimitri franco do you know i mean there seems to be a major shift in going on here is russia is it a net win for russia or or a net negative how do you see it going for. world over the next two decades for example well next really really long horizon probably i can talk about as a little bit shorter but definitely the growing demand in there is obviously beneficial for russia and. it's sort of difficult for me to imagine how it could be negative for a ship. ok chris i mean in what way i mean this is there's a benefit here there's huge demand out there and we look at china and we look at india here but is that good for russia's oil sector energy sector in general look i think you you really have to step back and put a question mark over the extent of future oil demand growth in asia in the middle east the i.a.e.a. reports through to which your prefer to. talk about very strong growth in conventional energy supplies
RT
Nov 12, 2012 4:00am EST
behind europe's very dry. this dirty life from moscow with me wearing a joshie serious fractured opposition has managed to form a new political body to help the rebels and their foreign backers oust president said the deal signed in the qatari capital doha follows pressure from western and arab supporters who are also waiting to see the formation of syria's new government in exile are disposal your reports from the region. this comes after days of political wrangling amongst the various syrian opposition forces they have been under pressure from both the united states as well as arab governments to form this unified body it is a sixty member assembly but it really brings together a wide array of people and organizations with very different affiliations it is essentially a patchwork organization amongst the new leaders are sunni muslims as well as a christian former communist and among the rebel fighters are those coming from very different ethnic and religious backgrounds with many asking the question whether or not that infighting and whether or not those ethnic and political di
RT
Nov 25, 2012 12:00am EST
within europe this back in the spotlight the european leaders ultimately failing to come up with a deal that would please everyone and the budget that would take us from twenty forty to twenty twenty that person very much wanted to be seen as leading the way in calling for the cuts indeed in the lead up to see the negotiations there was a lot of concern that we'd see burson isolated from the other twenty six countries throughout england merkel who with the mediate these negotiations he stepped up to take person side an unlikely form of support perhaps she was very much adamant that person wouldn't be left to fight this alone an exercise that we saw happening in two thousand and eleven and so we saw all those other dana countries getting behind britain in this now at the end of it the prime minister said the person didn't get a deal but they didn't get an unacceptable deal but of course that leads us back exactly where we started with nothing happening and so those countries are going to be left to continue the negotiations to try and hammer out some form of a deal that's acceptable
RT
Nov 7, 2012 1:30am EST
about europe what is going on in europe that we've been missing and what can we learn from europe about what may be coming for the united states edward harrison is with me as founder of credit write downs he's helping us assess all of this so now edward i have to admit with europe going on so long and feeling a little like groundhog day with the eurozone crisis i'm a little behind i know angela merkel said that this is not going to be over in one to two years we're looking at five years at least so are we doomed to five more years of groundhog day type news out of the eurozone and what are the key things that we should be not miss saying with our eyes glazing over at times. we have to be thinking about political sustainability versus you know what i would call debt deflation on the one hand you have the path which is that you know in countries like germany people are saying these people in greece or spain and so forth they really need to tighten their belts we've done therefore they need to do it as well but at the same time we don't want the whole thing to spiral out of control s
RT
Nov 22, 2012 11:00pm EST
record. is eighty and the russian capital you're watching r t with me marina joshie now europe's leaders are locking horns in brussels at stake is the trillion euro funding for their club poorer countries are battling to keep subsidies going but the germany led group who pay in more than they get back say it's time the bloc tighten its belt pushing hardest for cuts is britain's prime minister who faces pressure to save the money for troubles at home etc first now explains. still a lot of wrangling going on over the c. budget as the talks continue of course the countries like britain like the netherlands that have very much pushing for the cuts are up against the other side of the eurozone countries such as great such as spain really need that money and say the mall cuts that they managed to achieve within the budget itself the less likely it is that the european parliament will have preferred and so calls you can see these talks even though they've taken say much time and effort ultimately ending in failure as german chancellor angela merkel has pointed out there's a very real possibilit
RT
Nov 23, 2012 1:00am EST
a mess in europe as a whole has really seem to lost his vision recently you know you see these huge protests sweeping across the whole of the year is a very very big divide widening all the time and very much again this is mirrored in what's happening at the east summit now are you getting a picture of a c.t. europe you've got the countries at the moment that have gone through this negotiating table that has historically contributed much more in britain is amongst those countries at the moment you now call countries like greece and spain who are absolutely needing this budget to be passed without these cars taking place britain's not allowing for calling on these cuts cameron as i said very much trying to helm this by. having calling for these cuts even if they cameron was to get exactly what he wanted from this e.u. summit meeting as they say he might win the battle he still has to fight the war and the war is here it seems britain's membership with in the has never been so in question as we've been finding out speaking to people in the. exclusive. the security and all the added pe
RT
Nov 7, 2012 12:30pm EST
shift gears to europe find out what we've been missing while we're focused on the u.s. elections and also what we can learn looking at the u.s. that we'll have more with founder of credit write downs in a minute still had to could france be in need of some shock therapy we'll tell you about some dramatic proposals to fix their struggling economy and of course the resistance to them in tonight's loose change that's in a minute. the issues that so much of. which are. on. america's political phone has finally come to an end it was a really good choice to what degree was this campaign season only about. it'll. see. my i've. i've . download the official ati application to the sofa choose your language stream quality and enjoy your favorites from matsushita t.v. is not required to watch on t.v. all you need is your mobile device to watch r.t. any time. you. get. to. the service. welcome back we are so focused on talking about the u.s. elections they are today after all but what about europe what is going on in europe that we've been missing and what can we learn from europe about what may
RT
Nov 8, 2012 7:00pm EST
to all of europe including greece and that now says that the solution to the crisis it has imposed on this entire continent is to savage the entire quality of life of an entire people i mean if ever a system was saying please begin to debate whether you can do better than this the greek experience is doing that for us and for what will happen in the united states if either the republicans or unfortunately quite a few democrats pursue the idea that crunching down on an economy in trouble is what ought to be done when it is difficult isn't essentially what's been done to greece right now the exact same thing that herbert hoover did in the united states for two and a half three years yes and but we don't have to go back in history it's something that's been going on for example on the island of puerto rico for quite some years now as well it is this effort of corporations and the rich to make sure that whatever mess they make of the economy they will be bailed out by the government and then they will raise their hands in. horror by saying gee the government borrowed a lot to bail us out
RT
Nov 23, 2012 4:00am EST
the east summit now are you getting a picture of a t t europe you've got the countries at the moment that is going to this negotiating table that has historically contributed much more in britain is amongst those countries and of the men you now call countries like greece and spain who are absolutely needing this budget to be passed without these cars taking place britain's not allowing for calling on these cuts cameron as they said very much trying to helm this by. having calling for these cuts even if david cameron was to get exactly what he wanted from this e.u. summit meeting as they say he might win the battle he still has to fight the war and the war is here britain's men to sit with in the has never been the same in question as we've been finding out the king to people in the takes least. witi security and all the added perks it was once the club everyone wanted to be a part of it is the eve budget till fall down to weigh in brussels britain's place within the european union has never before seen so uncertain with support for the flagging we've come to one of the u.k.'s top me
CSPAN
Nov 12, 2012 12:00pm EST
introduce this meeting by saying that if anyone wants europe to succeed, they have to be willing to compromise. and the parliament is willing to compromise. we set our starting positions through our negotiations, and we've negotiated all of those and have come to a fair compromise is. obviously we are not -- we don't set our positions and say no otherwise we wouldn't be representing our people. we would be giving a veto to them. the european parliament is willing to compromise but it is also ready to fight. yes, you may applaud. i'm also glad that we are going to have discussions on the debate in december on the adaptation of the european union to current developments in the future but without further ado i would like to give the floor to the chancellor. >> president, distinguished members, ladies and gentlemen, i can speak to you today and this is the first opportunity since the german e.u. presidency since 2007 to speak to you, and i would like to use this opportunity to give you my view of the situation on the union not necessarily about the midterm financing but in today's over
RT
Nov 6, 2012 4:30pm EST
terrorists and and europe may be an example of what happens when you cut spending without writing down the debt so far the u.s. is postpone financial reckoning day by ramping up the presses but how much longer can do is continue plus the u.s. fiscal cliff has people worried about a u.s. recession if washington does nothing meanwhile in france president francois hollande is under pressure to reform the economy loosening labor laws for example reuters says he's expected to brush aside the prescriptions from an i.m.f. and also a government commission report our elected politicians just universally aligned and not wanting to make the tough decisions we'll discuss let's get to today's capital again. so soon we will presumably know who will be president of the united states. but do we know exactly what we would get out there that looking at the economy and their agenda well let's take a look at one talking point. i want to put people back to work here in the united states. we can do this from day one i'm going to go to work to help get americans back to work and people across the country are
CNN
Nov 18, 2012 12:00pm PST
. see what's happening in europe, in the middle east, in china. second of all, you just had an election, and one of the messages of the election was one of shared responsibility and fairer burden sharing, in which the rich have done extremely well not just on the outside but also in terms of being protected on the down side. finally, and more importantly, the economic arguments against this, while they would be valid at higher tax rates are not valid here. so if you look at the hand the president has, it is stronger than the republicans', and i think both of them will want to seek some sort of compromise. >> it sounds so reasonable. let's bring in steve warren. he's an editor at the wall street journal, a conservative. steven, do you agree, are the republicans ready to strike a deal with the president if it means giving up the bush tax cuts for the wealthy? they have dug in on this. >> i don't know, ali. i listen to this conversation and i feel like i'm living in france. i see no economic wisdom in raising tax rates in an economy that is so fragile right now and a recovery that
CSPAN
Nov 25, 2012 4:30pm EST
leadership in europe entered a decade in which it convinces postwar was impossible. the book, grand illusion, catcher to view that europeans were too advanced, to sophisticated to fight each other. john maynard keynes echo davis with his famous observation about how the world is tied together, how an englishman can order from his doorstep product from faraway lands and have them delivered to them. it's kind of an early version of thomas friedman's theory, which claims the advanced country that used computers won't go to war with each other. i called the starbucks theory. any two countries that have starbucks won't fight unless they have triple espressos. another observer, i didn't book in a much different a positive or would be so bloody and weaponry so does the no one would dare risk a conflict. all these few six claim the leaders to be a stretch even in the present day. this of course finished in august 1914, it were sparked by one of the most unlikely of accidents when frantz ferdinand on its way back from his speeches. zero turned away from his planned route to visit a card and
CNBC
Nov 2, 2012 4:00am EDT
very fast, but they're not detak deterioratin deteriorating. that's very important. and in europe, you have a situation where i think the degradation is possibly troughing. >> given everything we've heard, i think if we didn't have this going forward, i think there may well be. but a lot of bad stuff coming in the corporate earnings from the made being a crow in europe. >> this is not a market being supported by earnings. the market is being supported by liquidity, asset allocation shifts out of bonds and people prepared to take a view the long term pe. if we look at the 1442, if we can get up above that level, then the rally is back on. but we were at a very important technical point yesterday. the second thing we're looking at today is the euro-dollar. the rate has been very stable, but it's been highly correlated with the s&p. about 80% correlated. the historic relationship is between plus or minus 20% correlation. it's a bullish figure that people will start to look at asset classes differently from each other. but it's an important day today. and if we tonight breach that hig
CNBC
Nov 8, 2012 3:00pm EST
bell" exchange. joe, is this about the fiscal cliff? i mean, europe is still a worry as well, isn't it? >> it is. clearly -- and largely, it was retail sentiment from what we're seeing from the customers coming in that have sold for the last two days. institutions haven't exactly ran for the door just yet. you have the fiscal cliff. now we can address that. you have situations in the northeast. mother nature beat us down twice in the last ten days. there are some things still being sorted out there. of course, europe is creeping back into the spotlight. there are a few things overhanging the market. maybe people are saying it's time to take a little off the table. i think there's short, mid, and long-term investment opportunities. >> jim, i guess we don't have the clarity on tax rates. that's probably one of the big issues. if you own winners in the market, you know, what would stop you from selling them now knowing your taxes are definitely going higher in 2013 and we don't know by how much? >> i think that's exactly right. the thing that came out of tu tuesday is we're still a div
LINKTV
Nov 28, 2012 2:00pm PST
changes in the theory and practice of art among modern artists in western europe which were so remarkable they've been compared with the great advances made in science and technology at the same time. there's no simple explanation for why this period was so dynamic, nor was the dynamism confined to one center. although paris had long been the focus of modernism, it had its rivals in brussels, barcelona, and munich. but it was a time of growing tension in western culture, of continued rapid industrialization, of imperialism abroad and rivalry within the states of europe, and, at the same time, scientific breakthroughs, which not only questioned our way of seeing the world, but the very nature of reality itself-- planck's quantum theory, einstein's theory of relativity, freud's work on psychoanalysis. it was in 1900 that freud wrote his interpretation of dreams, a prophetic work in view of the tragedies of modern western history. freud wrote and published it here in vienna. vienna, 1900, was one of the intellectual and artistic centers of europe. in tracing modern art's emergence in the 20t
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